Material Titanium
Pure titanium has excellent corrosion resistance and a high strength-to-weight ratio at both room and elevated temperatures.

This makes titanium attractive for applications including aircraft, jet-engines, racing cars, as well as chemical and marine components.

Properties like workability, strength and hardenability, can be improved by adding alloying elements. The most common are aluminium, vanadium, molybdenum and manganese.
Danish Name Titan, Titanium
Category Metals, Light metals
Products Thin walled tube
Processes Metal casting
Welding
Additional Info Chemical symbol Ti, atomic number 22, melting point 1675 C, density 4.5.
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